This is the entrance to what was once the Mohican Hotel, one of the finest hotels in Connecticut. It was built originally by Frank Munsey to house his magazine publishing offices in 1896. When that failed he converted the building into a hotel. The building was designed by William B Tuthill who also designed Carnegie Hall in New York City. Today the building provides housing for the elderly.
The library was a gift to the city in New London given by Henry Philomen Haven. The style is described as Richardsonian Romanesque and was built in 1889-1892. This building was also added to the National Registry of Historic Places in 1970.
This one recently opened in Manchester. The restaurant chain caters to young adults and families offering food, drinks and a number of arcade style games of "skill" for kids of all ages. Has anyone ever played Skee Ball?
About once a week I pass this inlet on my way to work. Today I finally stopped to capture the early morning light just before sunrise. There are some mornings when you just have to be a little late for work. I'm sharing this with Weekend Reflections. Have a nice weekend.